Multicargo Terminal reaches a milestone of 1 million tons handled.
Açu Petróleo executes its first ship-to-ship operation with a Very Large Crude Carrier (VLCC).
Contract signed with Petrobras Distribuidora (BR) to supply fuel for vehicles and equipment, through the installation and operation of a fueling station in the Port of Açu.
GNA (Gás Natural Açu) presents one of the winning bids in the New Energy Auction A-6 2017.
Decree creating the Açu Export Processing Zone is signed.
Multicargo Terminal welcomes its first Panamax ship.
Investment agreement is signed with Siemens to develop thermal power plant UTE GNA 1.
Partnership agreement signed with Port of Antwerp International (PAI).
Partnership contract is signed with GranIHC, Prumo’s partner at DOME, a subsidiary created to provide integrated logistics and service solutions for the O&G industry.
Preliminary agreement signed with BP and Siemens, setting up the basis for negotiations to develop the Açu Gas Hub.
Contract with TRX signed to develop and implement an Industrial and Logistics Condominium.
Contract with Euro Urbanismo signed to develop a Convenience Center.
Creation of a company named Dome, seeking to provide integrated services for the O&G industry.
T-MULT stars operations with pet coke and project cargo.
Oil Terminal (T-OIL) begins operations.
Three terminals are inaugurated in the Port of Açu: Oil Terminal, Marine Fuel Terminal and Multicargo Terminal.
First operation with marine diesel at the Marine Fuel Terminal.
Chevron signs contract to use Edison Chouest’s support base in Açu.
Petrobras starts operations at Edison Chouest’s offshore support base in Açu Port.
The Port of Açu becomes the first one in Brazil to receive a Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) license.
ODN Tay IV, a semi-submersible drilling rig for deep water operations owned by Odebrecht Óleo e Gás (OOG), is the first to moor on the enterprise and represents the beginning of a new line of business.
The Brazilian Navy grants Açu Port a Vessel Traffic Service (VTS) license. Açu becomes the first port in Brazil to receive this license. VTS is a system that actively monitors waterway traffic, enhancing safety and efficiency.
First operation involving bauxite at the Multicargo Terminal (T-MULT); the Turquoise Ocean was loaded with 30,000 tons of bauxite.
First bauxite load arrives in Açu Port.
Contract signed with Inter Rio to install a hotel in the Açu Port Industrial Complex.
Nautical Chart for terminals 1 and 2 is received. The document provides hydrographic information such as depth, signal floats determining the access canal, anchorage, compass rose, etc.
Contract signed with Marca Ambiental to set up a location for residue collection, treatment and disposal.
First operation at Terminal 2 (T2), with heavy-lift vessel Happy Dynamic mooring at the quayside of NOV’s facility.
Start of operations at Terminal 1 (T1), loading 80,000 tons of iron ore to the Key Light vessel.
First ore concentrate pumped through a 529km slurry pipeline coming from Anglo American’s mine and processing plant in Minas Gerais arrives in Port of Açu.
Opening of a base for clients to control, prevent and supervise possible oil spills at sea. The base is set up beside the Marine Traffic Operational Control Center (CCOTM) at Terminal 2.
Contract signed with U.S.-based Edison Chouest for installation of an offshore logistics support base and repair shipyard for proprietary vessels in Port of Açu.
Partnership signed with BP to build a marine fuel terminal.
Commercial contract signed with Wärtsilä.
Contract signed with Vallourec for installation of a logistics base in Port of Açu.
Creation of Private Nature Reserve (RPPN) Fazenda Caruara, the largest in Brazil dedicated to the restinga shrub forest, with 3,845 hectares.
Start of construction of breakwater at the Onshore Terminal 2 (T2).
Contract signed with InterMoor for installation of a unit to provide logistics support and specialized O&G services in Port of Açu.
Contract signed with Technip Brasil for installation of a plant for manufacturing flexible pipes for the O&G offshore industry in Port of Açu.
Contract signed with NKT Flexibles (acquired by NOV) for installation of a plant for manufacturing flexible pipes for the O&G offshore industry at Terminal 2 (T2).
Completed production of the first floating concrete bloc used in the construction of breakwater in Port of Açu.
National Petroleum Agency (ANP) authorizes construction of an oil tanking and treatment unit (UTP) in Port of Açu.
Start of construction of the onshore canal at Terminal 2 (T2), with a total of 6.5 km, 300 meters in width and depth of as much as 14.5 meters.
The Brazilian Navy authorizes the development of the onshore canal at Terminal 2 (T2) in Port of Açu.
Start of construction of Açu Port, in São João da Barra (Rio de January state).